During the month of April, a bunch of us will be reading Masquerade by Cambria Hebert. There will be about five questions each week to correlate with the chapters we read. Everyone is welcome to join in at any time.
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Read Along Schedule
May 3rd – Announcement of Giveaway Winners
– hosted by the author – Cambria Hebert
Chapters 8-16 Discussion Questions
1. Sam is admittedly drawn to Heven before they even meet. Why do think this is?
Because he’s a creepy stalker? Haha – I don’t know, but I’m sure there is a reason though.
2. In an earlier chapter The Hope states that Sam must prove himself. During these chapters Sam does some things – bad things – (covering up murder, fighting, hiding a body, etc.) all to protect Heven and his true identity. Do you think he was right to do these things?
Well, ultimately those things were performed out of selfishness, so part of me says no, especially for hiding the body. Sam may have felt he was doing it to protect Heven, but a big part of it was that he was afraid of losing her, so it was for his own benefit too.
3. In chapter twelve Kimber says some thing’s to Heven that make the reader wonder about their friendship. Do you think there is any truth Kimber’s drunken confessions? If so where do you think Heven and Kimber’s friendship goes from here?
I’m sure there was truth to it; those were her feelings, but I don’t think it was something to ruin a friendship over. If anything, it was probably good to get it out. It could have been done a little differently, but those kind of feelings are sometimes hard to express. If anything, getting it out could bring them closer, because maybe now both can be a bit more aware of their feelings.
4. Heven is changing, becoming more confident. Do you think that after something like this (her accident and disfigurement) happens to someone that she can ever go back to the person she was before? Do you think she will want to?
I don’t think anyone who experiences something so traumatic, is ever the same. Stuff like that is literally life changing. For Heven, I think she’ll have a different outlook – more humbled.
5. Toward the end of these set of chapters, Heven finds out Sam’s secret, who he really is. She has a strong reaction. Do you think you would react the same way? Why or why not?
Hmm… I think I’d be worried and pissed about the actual situation. I mean, she has all these things stalking her; I’d want to know as much about them as possible. I’d be drilling Sam for information.
And I’m still craving bubble tea!